Graves County Comissioners
Richie is in his first term as County Commissioner, representing District 1 of Graves County. Richie is a native of Sedalia, Graves County, Kentucky. Richie graduated from Sedalia High School. Richie is the son of N.L. and Lena Summerville Galloway.
Richie has been involved in his community for years, serving on the Graves County School Board for 9 years both as Chairman and Vice-Chairman during that tenure. During the Graves County High School consolidation Richie served as a director for the Graves County Booster Club promoting the new combined school system through athletics. He also served as President of the Sedalia PTO. Richie is retired from USEC where he worked for 41 years.
Richie is married to Cathy Simpson Galloway and they have two children, Nathan Galloway, who is married to April of Farmington, and Amy Galloway of Lone Oak. Nathan and April are the parents of Richie’s pride and joy, Sophie.
Tyler is in his first term as County Commissioner, representing District 2 of Graves County. Tyler is a native of Kaler, Graves County, Kentucky. Tyler graduated from Graves County High School where he was a proud member of the Eagle football team. He graduated from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. Tyler is the son of Tony and Cheryl Mason Goodman.
Tyler has been involved in his communities since high school. He is on the Board of Directors for the Graves County Eagle Foundation, NEEDLINE Food Pantry Board of Directors and also served as City Councilman for the City of Mayfield. Tyler works for Arkema in Calvert City.
Tyler is married to Alex Adams Goodman and they live in Mayfield.
This is Todd's second term as County Commissioner, representing District 3 of Graves County. Todd is a native of Fancy Farm, Graves County, Kentucky. Todd graduated from Fancy Farm High School. Todd is the son of Richard and Elaine Hayden of Fancy Farm.
Todd has been involved in his community for years as the Chairman of the Fancy Farm Picnic and the Fancy Farm Water and Sewer Board and felt that he had a lot to offer to the county as a whole. Todd has taken his experience in sales to promote Graves County in the area, region and state.
Todd is married to Sharon Goatley Hayden and they have two children, Mary Katelyn and Bryce.